Issue:  Vol. 46 / No. 38 / 22 September 2016
 
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Online Extra: Political Notes: Ceremony celebrates SF Judge Chan

Family, friends and colleagues celebrated Judge Roger Chan at his induction ceremony. (read more)

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Frank, Polis endorse Wiener's Senate bid

Two gay national leaders have endorsed Scott Wiener's bid for a California state Senate seat, with both noting the significance... (read more)

Leather Week kicks off

The 25th annual LeatherWalk Sunday, September 18 marked the start of San Francisco Leather Week, with balloons in the colors of the leather flag adding to the festivities. (read more)

Alley project to highlight leather history

Five decades ago San Francisco's Ringold Alley was the go-to place for gay and bisexual men to engage in late-night sex... (read more)

New prez takes the helm at Mills

Growing up in a middle class neighborhood in Pleasant Hills, Pennsylvania, Elizabeth Hillman's family didn't rub shoulders... (read more)

SF propositions target homeless, crime issues

Propositions tackling homeless tent encampments and boosting police presence in San Francisco's neighborhoods are among the proposals... (read more)

Cafe owner upset that no arrest made in assault case

Cafe Flore owner Stu Gerry is outraged that San Francisco police immediately released a Castro man... (read more)

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Music - Earthly concerns & dynastic intrigue

The second production in San Francisco Opera's fall lineup is a world premiere. (read more)

Fine Arts - Space oddity

New York sculptor Tom Sachs is clearly having his moment. (read more)

Out There - Dishing it up at the Legion

Pieces from an innovative French porcelain manufactory that served under Louis XV's royal patronage are displayed in a new exhibition at the Legion of Honor. (read more)

Out & About - Artardis

Do the world a favor. Invite one of your younger friends, or someone who's never seen a a classic or contemporary play, to go with you. Take them on a trip through time and space via art. Be The Doctor. (read more)

Theatre - Quest for success

Typecasting is a term widely accepted as a pejorative, but whenever actors are typecast, at least it means they are working. (read more)

Theatre - Insatiable appetite

Little Shop of Horrors is a crowd-pleasing perennial that is having its durability reaffirmed in Ray of Light Theatre's current production at the Victoria Theatre. (read more)

Film - Anna Magnani, diva of humanity

Hard to believe, but in 1946 actual Nazis were being tried for war crimes in Nuremberg at the insistence of the United States. (read more)

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